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Sotheby's - FIGURINE MASCULINE ASSISE SUR UN PETIT BANC CULTURE TRUJILLO ETAT DE TRUJILLO, VENEZUELA 1300-1500 AP. J.-C. TRUJILLO SEATED FIGURE, VENEZUELA

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Sotheby's - FIGURINE MASCULINE ASSISE SUR UN PETIT BANC CULTURE TRUJILLO ETAT DE TRUJILLO, VENEZUELA 1300-1500 AP. J.-C. TRUJILLO SEATED FIGURE, VENEZUELA

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Figure of an underworld deity, AD. Late Classic, Maya ===adjusting suit controls, not a nipple grab===

17/ NAYARIT - Style IXTLAN. Polychromie intense: vêtements (jupe), ou torse. Répartition en damier des motifs. Mouchetures autour du cou, poignets ou chevilles. Persos coiffés d'un bonnet ou d'un bandeau (à franges). Ornements: bouche, nez, oreilles, etc. Bras et jambes: partie inférieure en peinture noire. Joueurs de balle, maternités,musiciens, couples, porteurs, guerriers, boutonneux.

Sculpture of Ancient West Mexico: Nayarit, Jalisco, Colima.

Dancing dogs - Place made: West Mexico, Colima, Mexico, 200 B.C.–A.D. 200  Blackware ceramic  (4 15/16 x 5 5/16 x 2 15/16 in.) The cultures of western Mexico, shared a tradition of burying the deceased in deep shaft tombs located under homes. These tombs often accommodated generations of family members. A great variety of ceramic objects were produced in distinctive local styles to accompany the dead. Princeton University Art Museum

Dancing dogs, 200 B. Place made: West Mexico, Colima, Mexico / Princeton University Art Museum

Conjoined Man and Woman (Curing Ritual Narrative) Jalisco  100 BC-AD 300

Conjoined Man and Woman Burnished earthenware Jalisco, Mexico. 100 BC to 300 AD “ Conjoined figures constitute an infrequent but not unknown narrative type of West Mexican tomb.

Vénus nue<br>Culture Michoacán<br>Mexique<br>Préclassique récent, 300-100 av. J.-C.   | Lot | Sotheby's

Michoacan Venus Figure, Mexico, Late Preclassic - State of Michoacan, Late Preclassic, Venus 300 100

re-Columbian, West Mexico, Jalisco region, Ca 300 BCE/CE. Very large and remarkably intact pottery figure of a seated female. She sits nude ...

Pre-Columbia, West Mexico, Jalisco region, Ca 300 BCE/CE. Very large and remarkably intact pottery figure of a seated female. She sits nude .

House Model,100 B.C.-A.D. 200. Mexico, Nayarit. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Joanne P. Pearson, in memory of Andrall E. Pearson, 2015 (2015.306) | This work is featured in the “Design for Eternity: Architectural Models from the Ancient Americas” exhibition, on view through September 18, 2016.

"House Model" dated 100 B. 200 from Mexico, Nayarit. Part of the exhibition "Design for Eternity: Architectural Models from the Ancient Americas"

Effigy Urn of Cocijo-Ancient America's-"Zapotec" AD 300-600 (Early Classic)-Mexico............

fishstickmonkey: “ Figural Urn of Cocijo (Cociyo) Zapotec, AD (Early Classic) ceramic greyware with traces of polychrome paint The Walters Art Museum ”

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arte indigena venezolano - Buscar con Google

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